Wednesday, April 29

6:30pm. $20. Bookings here. Jam Factory, 500 Chapel St, South Yarra. Promoted by Coal and Gas Free Communities.

Monday, July 9

This forum offers the opportunity to ask questions and raise issues on and around the East/West toll road, tunnels and flyovers as well as gauge each candidate's commitment to the Doncaster rail. 7:30pm. Church of all nations, 180 Palmerston st, Carlton (cnr Drummond st). Organised by Carlton Residents Association, supported by Ycat.

Tuesday, September 16

A controversial proposal by Canadian company, Crocodile Gold, has divided the community of the quiet rural town of Stawell in Western Victoria. The proposal is to develop two large open cut puts in close proximity to houses, a primary school, nursing home, church and other facilities. Please join the rally to voice concern about the environmental and health impacts of this major project. 1pm. Parliament house, Spring st, City.

Thursday, April 14

Brian Ellis will talk about his recently released pamphlet. 7pm. $10/$5. New International Bookshop, 54 Victoria St, Carlton.

Visiting from the United States for the Rationalist Society of Australia, hear Sean Faircloth speak to the issues raised in his book. He argues for returning the US to its secular roots. This is a free event. Bookings are not required. 12:45-1:15pm. The Wheeler Centre, 176 Little Lonsdale St, City.

Monday January 26

Celebrating Aboriginal Culture and Survival. Presented by Songlines Aboriginal Music the event draws on the collective talent, support and passion of the local Indigenous community to deliver a music and dance program, market and food stalls, a youth program, and cultural activities.
1pm - 7pm. Treasury Gardens, cnr Spring & Flinders sts, City. Free Event
Flyer and Event details:

Friday, June 1, 12:30pm.

Darebin Intercultural Centre, 59A Roseberry Ave, Preston.

This forum is part of Reconcilliation Week. Organised and facilitated by Sharon Firebrace, Indigenous producer & presenter on Radio 3KND. Speakers: Kevin Bracken (Victorian state secretary, MUA); Sharif As Saber (professor, RMIT); Humphrey Mc Queen (historian). Free event including lunch.
Registration essential!

Monday, June 2-Sunday, June 15

Thursday, November 19


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